Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
Switch statements are the more organized cousin of If statements, as it allows you to check for data in an easier to read format.
The final part in the series - looks at implementing functionality into your Wordpress theme
The second part in the series - this time looks at the design of your Wordpress theme
The first part in a short series on how to build your own WP theme. This part deals with the layout.
The VIDEO TUTORIAL BELOW will walk you through setting up a great looking web gallery with almost no effort. There are also many different gallery templates for you to choose from. The Google Picasa program allows you to export web photo galleries for your website in literally seconds.
This tutorial will teach you how to align a text string so that it is in the center of your image vertically, horizontally or both.
This tutorial explains how to create database driven (dynamic) website with Dreamweaver CS3, PHP and MySQL.
Learn how to make your WordPress theme widget-ready with this easy to follow tutorial.
Loading a static template and stylesheet into ExpressionEngine.
How to create and use a plugin widget in Wordpress 2.5. Covers settings up and using sidebars in your template, activating your widget, and displaying your widget. This tutorial is best suited for people familiar with both PHP and Wordpress themes and plugins.
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